The iOS-powered TV rumor turned out to be a bust. What isnâ€™t, though, is that thereâ€™s a new Apple TV in town.
The 3rd gen Apple TV, keeping true to Apple tradition, still looks like your typical Apple TV, but that doesnâ€™t mean itâ€™s got nothing new to offer. In fact, one you turn this baby on, youâ€™ll quickly be greeted by one of the major difference the 3G Apple TV has with its predecessor â€“ a spanking brand new iOS-inspired UI with native 1080p support.
And yes, that 1080p full HD support is also now available for videos too, iCloud streaming included.
Whatâ€™s not new â€“ and this is the best part â€“ is its retail price. It’s going for just $99 (around Php4,250), the same price as the 2G Apple TV.
The 3G Apple TV is scheduled to hit stores in the US on March 16.
Aside from the newest Apple TV and 2012 iPad, Apple also announced the long overdue iPhoto for iOS app.
This iOS version of iPhoto features most, if not all of the things users have come to love with Appleâ€™s popular photo editing app (albeit presented and used in a new manner), with some added treats on the side. Aside from providing easy Facebook/Flickr sharing, iPhoto for iOS also allows users to send photos from their iPhone to iPad and vice-versa over-the-air and publish your photo journal to iCloud for everyoneâ€™s online viewing pleasure. Neat, huh?
You buy or simply read more about iPhoto for iOS has to offer here.
iPhoto for iOS is a universal app (read: optimized for both iPhone and iPad use) and is retailing for $4.99 (roughly Php215) at the App Store.
Just the app we recommend for the new iPad especially now that it comes packed with 5-megapixel cam.
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